Deadline day deals and timeline

The A-Z of this month's transfer window deals

PREMIER LEAGUE

Adriano Basso: Unattached to Wolves

James Beattie: Rangers to Blackpool, loan

Michael Bradley: Borussia Monchengladbach to Aston Villa, loan

Andy Carroll: Newcastel to Liverpool, £35m

Paulo Da Silva: Sunderland to Real Zaragoza, ndisclosed

David Davis: Wolves to Shrewsbury, loan

Giovani Dos: Santos Tottenham to Racing Santander, loan

Mauro Formica: Newell's Old Boys to Blackburn, ndisclosed fee

David Gonzalez: Manchester City to Leeds, loan

Eidur Gudjohnsen: Stoke to Fulham, loan

Stephen Ireland: Aston Villa to Newcastle, loan

Andy Keogh: Wolves to Bristol City, loan

Paul Konchesky: Liverpool to Nots Forest, loan

Sergei Kornilenko: Zenit St Petersburg to Blackpool, loan

David Luiz: Benfica to Chelsea, £21m plus

Nemanja Matic: Chelsea to Benfica, part-exchange

Obafemi Martins: Rubin Kazan to Birmingham, loan

Jacob Mellis: Chelsea to Barnsley, loan

Louis Moult: Stoke to Mansfield, loan

Lee Nicholls: Wigan to Shrewsbury, loan

Frank Nouble: West Ham to Barnsley, loan

Isaiah Osbourne: Aston Villa to Sheff Wed, loan

Andy Reid: Sunderland to Blackpool, undisc

Ruben Rochina: Barcelona to Blackburn, undisc

Conor Sammon: Kilmarnock to Wigan, undisclosed

Cameron Stewart: Man United to Hull, undisc.

Daniel Sturridge: Chelsea to Bolton, loan

Luis Suarez: Ajax to Liverpool, £22.8m

Conor Thomas: Coventry to Liverpool, loan

Fernando Torres: Liverpool to Chelsea, £50m

Tuncay: Stoke to Wolfsburg, £4.5m

Apostolos Vellios: Iraklis to Everton, undisclosed

THE OTHER MOVES

Medi Abalimba: Derby to Oldham, free

Ian Ashbee: Hull to Preston, free

Federico Bessone: Leeds to Charlton, loan

Jonathan Brown: unattached to Bath City

Jason Crowe: Leeds to Leyton Orient, free

Jakub Divis: Tatran Presov to Hibernian, loan

Andy Drury: Luton to Ipswich, £150,000

Scott Evans: Llanelli to Kilmarnock, undisc

Robbie Findley: Real Salt Lake to Nottingham Forest, free

Joe Garner: Notts Forest to Scunthorpe, loan

Matt Green: Oxford to Cheltenham, loan

Maximilian Haas: Bayern Munich to Middlesbrough, undisclosed

Simon Hackney: Colchester to Oxford, loan

Bryan Hughes: unattached to Grimsby

Paul Jones: Exeter to Peterborough, loan

Alex MacDonald: Burnley to Inverness CT, loan

Patrick Madden: Bohemians to Carlisle, undisc

Luke O'Neill: Leicester to Kettering, loan

Harry Pell: Bristol Rovers to Hereford, loan

Rob Purdie: Oldham to Hereford, free

Scott Spencer: unattached to Lincoln

Anthony Straker: Aldershot to Wycombe loan

Daniel Uchechi: FC Dender to Leicester, loan

Robbie Williams: Stockport to Rochdale, free

Ben Williamson: unattached to Bournemouth

Merouane Zemmama: Hibernian to Middlesbrough, undisclosed



THE KEY MOMENTS: How the transfer deadline day unfolded

09.55 The Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp says he does not expect to sign Sergio Aguero (right), who then agrees a new two-and-a-half year deal at Atletico Madrid.



11.15 Newcastle reject an undisclosed bid from Liverpool, thought to be of £30m for Andy Carroll.



12.30 It is reported Fernando Torres has left Liverpool's Melwood training ground by helicopter for talks with Chelsea, and bookies have suspended bets on the Spain striker joining the Blues.



14.30 Newcastle cancel press conference as Liverpool prepare to make an improved offer of a British record £35m for Carroll.

14.45 Torres hasn't boarded a helicopter and is apparently still in Liverpool.



15.05 A busy day for Ian Holloway and Blackpool, with Andy Reid joining from Sunderland while Rangers' James Beattie is having a medical. But Charlie Adam is reportedly in transit to Anfield.



16.10 Birmingham confirm the six-month loan signing of Obafemi Martins from Rubin Kazan.

17.05 It emerges that Newcastle have rejected a second, improved offer of £35m. Carroll hands in a transfer request.



17.20 Newcastle say they have "reluctantly" accepted Carroll's transfer request.

17.26 Liverpool announce on their website they have agreed a deal for Carroll, thought to be in excess of £35m.



17.55 Torres is in advanced talks with Chelsea and is just waiting for a medical to sign the British record £50m transfer. Reports in Portugal say a £21m deal for the Benfica defender David Luiz (right) has been agreed with Chelsea.



20.45 Torres arrives in London to discuss personal terms.

20.49 Liverpool announce the £22.8m signing ofLuis Suarez



22.35 Torres arrives at Stamford Bridge to sign five-year deal.



22.47 Andy Carroll joins Liverpool for £35m.

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